Download Haiku Poem apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

12 Feb
Haiku Poem

Posted by International Reading Association in Education | Feb. 12, 2014 | 8 Comments

Apk file size: 15.0 MB

With this app, students can learn about and write haiku, a popular Japanese poem that traditionally has three lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables. They begin by brainstorming words for their poem, and then they compose their poem with attention to how many syllables they’ve written for each line. The final step allows students to customize the design of their poem with one of the provided artistic backgrounds or by uploading their own image.

Saving capability allows students to return to their work and make revisions. Final work can be shared via e-mail or saved to the device's camera roll.

Designed for use in the school environment, this app features a simple profile system so that multiple users can create and store their own haiku poems on the same device without confusion.

This app mirrors our web-based student interactive Haiku Poems, so users familiar with one can easily adapt to the other. In fact, the two are so similar that users can send their editable .rwt files to an email address and then open their haiku poem right in the online tool!

International Reading Association part of our Education and have average installs from 5000 to 10000. Last Update Feb. 12, 2014. Google play rating is 78.5. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 15.0 MB.

Download haiku-poem.apk 15.0 MB


Kristin Demoro

Very Haiku Tastic! I've got haiku fever! Using this daily to post a diary in haiku form on a blog. Wish it wasn't so shrunken on my phone screen, its hard to read the text on the composing and saving pages. Love it and recommend haiku writing to everyone!

Ederd Stark

The letters are way too small. What's the point if you can barely read it?

Charlotte Walker

Amazing!!! Best haiku app ever created.

Alessia Guerrera

Love it!!! I love it! You should too

Brian Enters

Good app. Would have given it a 4 or 5 if it could run from external storage.

Valerie Unruh

Can't use! Yeah, definitely not made for the phone, can't read at all! Great concept though, will definitely reinstall if they make it mobile friendly

Ian Paternoster

I love writing haiku, and this app is very helpful.

Dimitris Leontis

I knead a magnifying glass. Way to small.

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